1. Registered Under FCRA,Act 2010, Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India
2. Registered under Section 12 A & 80 G of Income Tax Act 1961 (Govt of India)
3. Registered under Societies Registration Act (Govt of J&K)
4. Approved with PAN & TAN (Govt of India)
5. Registered with Social welfare Board
Education For Deprived Childrens
Becoming a KHF INDIA Education Ambassador through our Monthly Giving Program means that we can count on your timely support month after month. This allows us to deliver long lasting impact to the children and communities we serve. A year’s commitment of: Provides an entire classroom with lunch for a whole month. Provides two children with new shoes, uniforms, textbooks, & supplies so they may attend school. Gives the gift of education for a child in need. Provides one child with shoes, uniform, textbooks, supplies and all the school fees to attend a Good school for an entire year.
Free educationFree education for 40 students an effort of KHF in the name and style of JANNAT EDUCATION CENTRE for children's education, the centre is 100% Free. Send your love to 40 children in need of an education every child deserves an education. When you invest in this project, you'll give these children the chance to break the cycle of poverty. The children have need to preschool building of their own. But now, with the help of KHF the community has come together to develop a plan to free education centre the families , don't want a handout; they want a chance to change their children's fates forever. Thank you in advance for your generosity
Urgently Require an AmbulanceUrgently Require an Ambulance (Maruti Van).The Ambulance will cost us approximately Rs 3 Lakhs. ($5000)Once we have received the required funding we will book the Maruti Van. The Ambulance will be utilized for free service for fallowing: - *Women's and aged persons **especially women having pregnancy ***Emergency situations **** Accidents Etc We have created a donation form http://www.jkhfindia.org/off_donate.php Please contact for donation or further details firstname.lastname@example.org
J&K Grameen Bank (JKGB)J&K Grameen Bank (JKGB) opened financial literacy centre at Baramulla District with NABARD's support and financial assistance. Inaugurated by Honorable District Development Commissioner Baramulla in presence General Manager,General Manager Gramin Bank and DDM NABARD, and they appreciate the role of Kashmir Humanity Foundation and All India Security Council in implementing NABARD Schemes in grassroots level They also highlighted the role of SHGs, JLGs and financial literacy center and thanked NABARD for its continuous support.
Flash floods in KashmirFlash floods in Kashmir damage homes, snap road connectivity Flash floods triggered by incessant rain have damaged scores of houses, school buildings and other structures besides snapping road connectivity in the Kashmir Valley, an official said on Sunday. "Over 80 structures, including residential homes, school buildings and other structures, have suffered damage due to flash floods since Saturday," fast raining in Kashmir
Your donation will be utilize for Education, Health, Women's Empowerment, female literacy, formal education for children, non-formal education, rural employment, income generating skills, Community health and awareness programs on various social issues. Training and employment, Computer Education, Tailoring Schools, English speaking courses etc. You can change all this. Please donate to our humantrain projects that help needy people every year to overcome poverty and live in health, dignity and independence.
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The women of the KHF have made the Handicraft products hand made only which are for sale. Not only have they been made with great skill and care but they are also eco friendly. Go ahead and make a difference. The products are Kashmiri scarf’s, Ladies suits, Shawls, Paper mashie products, kashmiri shawls,pashmina shawls and other kashmiri handicraft products.
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Extreme Poverty in India: UN report
About 300 million people still live in extreme poverty in India a United Nations report has said. Still nearly 300 million people live in extreme poverty in India and face deprivation in terms of access to basic services, including education, health, water, sanitation and electricity the report Says India, which has a population of over 125 crore, out of 30 crore people still live in extreme poverty which is 37% of Indian Population.To support our programs click http://jkhfindia.org/off_donate.php or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
KHF Social Change Fund
Social Venture Philanthropy SVP
Our Vision is to touch millions of lives and spread happiness to the underprivileged people of India on a sustainable basis. We will make use of multiple platforms and mediums to reach this goal and be one of the most respected NGO known for its practice and ethics. We are committed toThe society by making a sustainable difference in life of the underprivileged & The Donors by making judicious use of funds
Amid ahmad aged 22 learn computer DTP work by KHF India , After successful completion of the course he was given certificate. he is proficient in Wedding Cards, Invitation Cards, Business Cards and Other DTP Work.
I joined KHF INDIA COMPUTER center 2 years back. Now I am proficient in computer work. I am getting works from the local public.now i am self-independent as I belong to very poor family. Today I am earning Rs 100-150 per day
Radi age 24 years learnt cutting and tailoring by KHF INDIA. After successful completion of the course she was given certificate. She is proficient in ladies clothes such as salwar suit, frocks and skirts etc.
I joined KHF INDIA stitching center one and half years back. Now I am proficient in ladies clothes. I am getting small works from the local shopkeepers. now I am earning Rs 120-150 per day
Shabaum bano aged 26 learns Embroidery work by KHF India, after successful completion of the course she was given certificate. She is proficient in Wedding suits, and other Embroidery work
I joined KHF INDIA Embroidery center 1 year back. Now I am proficient in ladies Embroidery work. I am getting small works from the local market and village peoples. now i am self-independent as I belong to poor family. Today I am earning Rs 150-200 per day
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Urgent Appeal:-A Humble request to Individuals, Businesses, Corporations and foundations wishing to support the initiatives of the Kashmir Humanity Foundation to rebuilt Jammu and Kashmir Flood victims , Kashmir Humanity Foundation is CSR-eligible organization For CSR Projects and other support please contact:- email@example.com
Kashmir Humanity Foundation (KHF) very soon would be coming up with a knowledge based resource centre catering to interested people from all strata, especially focusing on providing access to knowledge to the underprivileged. This Resource Centre would provide free access to all. Reference books, materials and periodicals would be available on various subjects viz; Educational, Vocational, Social Issues, Geography, People and Culture, History, General Knowledge, World Affairs and Social Issues. Various modules for imparting training on Communication Skill Development, Management, Womens issues and Empowerment are being planned at the centre. A library facility with free access to Reference Books, Magazines, Educational, Training and Knowledge based CDs/DVD including daily English and Urdu Newspapers would be available at the resource centre. Apart from this, documents and knowledge dissemination on various available Government Schemes, facilities and opportunities could be availed by students and career & job aspirants belonging to marginalized segment. Access to Computer and Internet based audio, video libraries and training modules on various vocational options would be available for preparation of competitive examinations and job prospects for Government and Private Sectors.
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BPL survey of Jammu and Kashmir:-
According to a BPL survey of Jammu and Kashmir by the Directorate of Economics and Statistics (DES), over 2.21 lakh people fall under below urban poverty level in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. And in the district Srinagar alone, there are over 73,262 Below Poverty Line (BPL) populations, according to DES mid-year estimates.